North Texas Rain Chances Continue Through Saturday

An additional 1 to 2 inches of rain expected on Saturday, a Flood Watch is in affect

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A Flood Watch is in effect through Saturday afternoon for DFW and counties to the north and east.

More widespread thunderstorms are likely Saturday morning, some of which may be severe with hail and gusty winds. Some of the hail may be larger than quarters. Additional rainfall accumulations of one to three inches can be expected through the morning, with locally higher amounts possible. The ground in North Texas is saturated, and any additional rain will result in runoff and localized flooding.

The storms will move east of Dallas Saturday afternoon. The risk of severe weather will remain in East Texas until late afternoon. Dry and pleasant weather is expected Sunday and Monday.

Photos: North Texas Ice Storm, Feb. 21

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